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Balance of Power and Economic Interdependence in the Post-Cold War Northeast Asian International Relations: An Empirical Study

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The study quantifies and measures balance of power (BOP) and economic interdependence (EI) of China, Japan, Russia, and North and South Korea for 1985-2000. It figures out general trends of BOP and EI in Northeast Asia for last 15 years. Further, it tries to see how BOP and EI interact with each other with focus on China and Japan. Finally, it draws some theoretical and practical conclusions for peace and prosperity in Northeast Asia.

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Keywords: Balance of Power, Economic Interdependence, Northeast Asia, International Relations, 1985-2000
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Lee, Hochul. "Balance of Power and Economic Interdependence in the Post-Cold War Northeast Asian International Relations: An Empirical Study" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston Marriott Copley Place, Sheraton Boston & Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts, Aug 28, 2002 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p65606_index.html>

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Lee, H. , 2002-08-28 "Balance of Power and Economic Interdependence in the Post-Cold War Northeast Asian International Relations: An Empirical Study" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston Marriott Copley Place, Sheraton Boston & Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts Online <.PDF>. 2009-05-26 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p65606_index.html

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Abstract: The study quantifies and measures balance of power (BOP) and economic interdependence (EI) of China, Japan, Russia, and North and South Korea for 1985-2000. It figures out general trends of BOP and EI in Northeast Asia for last 15 years. Further, it tries to see how BOP and EI interact with each other with focus on China and Japan. Finally, it draws some theoretical and practical conclusions for peace and prosperity in Northeast Asia.

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Balance of Power and Economic Interdependence in the Post­ Cold War Northeast Asian International Relations: An Empirical Study Hochul Lee Dept of Political Science University of Incheon hochul@incheon.ac.kr A preliminary draft prepared to present at the APSA 2002 Annual Meeting August 28­September 1 2002 Boston USA. 2 1. Introduction With regard to the post ­Cold War Northeast Asian international relations we have two somewhat contradictory explanations and predictions. One is a realist pessimism and the other is a liberalist
is not available; Here Def Bdgt is used. SOUTH KOREA YEAR DE DEapc TRADE TRADEapc 1985 4.55 61.35 1986 5.11 10.96 66.53 7.78 1987 6.97 26.69 88.33 24.68 1988 8.51 18.10 112.50 21.48 1989 9.89 13.92 120.71 6.80 1990 10.62 6.91 134.89 10.51 1991 10.77 1.39 153.38 12.06 1992 11.19 3.75 158.42 3.18 1993 13.40 16.49 165.54 4.30 1994 13.30 ­0.75 198.39 16.56 1995 14.36 7.38 260.52 23.85 1996 15.60 7.95 280.90 7.25 1997 15.50 ­0.65 280.59 ­0.11 1998


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